mae

[mey]

Origin:
before 900; Middle English (north and Scots), Old English mā; cognate with German mehr, Old Norse meir, Gothic mais. See more

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Mae

[mey]
noun
a female given name, form of Mary.

M.A.E.

1.
Master of Aeronautical Engineering.
2.
Master of art Education.
3.
Master of Arts in Education.
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MAE
  1. Master of Aeronautical Engineering

  2. Master of Art Education

  3. Master of Arts in Education

  4. Metropolitan Area Ethernet

  5. moves all extremities

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We meet mae, the reefer den hostess, who is abused by her slick, pusher boyfriend jack.
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